iJoy’s onslaught of tanks continues with the second installment in the Tornado series — the Tornado Nano. This tank features both a rebuildable deck and an unusual “chip coil.” The new coil is meant to offer a higher degree of performance than most replaceable coils. On the aesthetic side, the Tornado Nano features color-changing glass, which is always great for amusement. Read on for more details on iJoy’s second twister.
iJoy Tornado Nano Specs
Here are the official Tornado Nano specs, courtesy of iJoy.
- 24.2 mm Diameter
- 4 mL Capacity
- Peek Insulator
- Direct To Contact 24K Gold Plated 510
- Wide surface Area Cools Entire Subdeck and Deck of RTA
- Innovative Chip Coil sub-ohm Tank System
- 18.6 mm big size Two Post RTA Deck
- Convenient Top Filling System
- Delrin Drip Tip 510 compatible
- High-Quality Stainless Steel and Glass Construction
Chips and Changes
The iJoy Tornado Nano’s rebuildable deck is the tried-and-true Velocity-style deck. It will be familiar to vapers that have been working with RDAs and RTAs. What’s different is the chip coil, which has a chip sandwiched by two twisted coils. According to the company, the chip “is mainly used for electrical conductivity and heat dissipation.” The material composition of the chip was not available at the time of this writing.
As someone that’s easily amused by novelties, I’m looking forward to the Tornado Nano’s color-changing glass. The glass initially appears opaque, but will turn translucent under certain conditions. iJoy claims that the glass reacts to both sunlight and heat, and will eventually be available in several colors. The proper thing to do with the Tornado Nano is to vape, watch the glass change colors, and listen to this song.
While I have a fairly good idea of how the Tornado Nano’s rebuildable deck will perform, I have no idea about the chip coil and am looking forward to trying it out. Between the chip coil and color-changing glass, iJoy hopes that it has added enough features to make this tank stand out. What do you think? Are you intrigued by the chip coil? Do you see yourself being entertained by color-changing glass? Kindly share your thoughts on the Tornado Nano in the comments section.